"I watch Hentai for the plot"
That has to be the most retarded claim ever! if you really wanted plot you wouldn't be wasting your time.
So forget all that and let's get into the art.
The art itself is satisfyingly done and there really isn't anything more you could have wanted other than having it uncensored. The censoring is fine, not too blocky, but the art style would have allowed it to be in full detail without it being worse than having it censored. Nevertheless, there is NOTHING bad to report.
Sounds. Like any hentai is going to rely on making a profit from the sound track. Nope,
so let's focus on what matters. Voice acting and moaning. Voice acting impressively done and it improves the moaning.
Characters development? Do we have to? NO. Unless it really makes the scenes more passionate and emotional, there really isn't a need for it. The designs are kind of generic, but what the hell, it's still awesome.
Enjoyment. I've only watch ep 1 at the time of the review so I'll just list out all the H scenes and my opinions.
1. Sex in the forest, with the teacher and the long black haired character (no clue what her name is, you'll know who she is if you look at the anime picture).
Seen it before, but very nicely done. Very nice indeed.
2. The pink haired one secretly sees the two from behind a tree, goes to the bathroom and masturbates.
Also something nice to watch.
3. And the last one serves as the great finale with the Black haired one and the sensei doing it in the shower, then going to the bedroom to continue is a nice selection of positions, while the pink haired one hides in the closet masturbating again as the watches.
But the best part of the this scene? Or this episode for that matter.
69 in the shower with an amazing squirting finish that you almost NEVER see in scenes like this. It's rare so it's worth it to check it out. If you've seen it a lot, I doubt it'll be as satisfying as this.
And that's pretty much it. We didn't get to see all the girls in the picture, but that's a good sign that there's going to be plenty more left where that came from.
It's worth it, it's a keeper.